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originally posted by: NewzNose
a reply to: searcherfortruth
Contrarily, I know a couple who are not married and went through the steps to become nationalized US citizen. SHE owns a medium sized grocery store catering to the people who share their ethenticity. They are from Mexico. No problem thus far.
They purchased 3 cargo vans, no windows in the back, and take weekly trips to Mexico, each one driving 1 cargo van. Their store manager drives the 3rd. They go to Mexico this frequently to purchase goods needed to resale at their store.
Except they each carry a letter on letterhead of their business addressed to ICE and border authorities, specifically naming so-and -so, who is in Mexico, to have fictitional employment in their grocery store and they are mearly bringing them back as good employers do. She charges $3,000 per "employee" for this transportation back to the job they've never had, nor will have. Same scenario for her boyfriend and store manager.
Once here in the US, she puts them up for 3 weeks in her rental homes and then evicts them on day 22. By eviction, I mean she drives them to a major city 3 hours away, all in one van, and gives them each $100.00 and off they go, never to be seen by her again.
She then leaves the van and drives her BMW home. When that specific day arrives, her boyfriend then drives her BMW back to the city to get the van and collects the money and names for the next employee transfer from Mexico.
She has made quite a business for herself as a coyote, all under the noses of those who see her as a humanitarian and successful business owner.
She is human trafficking.
That is the reality of what some others do that certainly don't meet your narrative.
originally posted by: searcherfortruth
... There was a problem when she was married to her ex-husband that she was kept in the dark about that had to do with an order of removal. He abused her and manipulated her while they were married and when they got divorced she found out just how bad thing were ...
... When she fell in love with her current husband she was hesitant to get married again and put her new love in the cross hairs of dealing with her "older problem", but he told her anything she had was his now ...
... system sucks and they make it so hard to deal with that it becomes unbearable to the point where people just throw their hands up in utter disgust and just say "f it" ...
... This process is so ridiculous in so many ways and very few people who have never dealt with it could possibly understand ...
... They require so many hoops and they never tell anyone anything until they complete one step. They charge ridiculous fees every step of the way. One agency doesn't know what the other agency is doing ...
... you have to hire "shark" immigration attorneys that charge ridiculous amounts and seem to just make sure they suck you dry while you put all your faith in a system designed to fail miserably ...
... All they want is to have a better life and to give their kids better opportunities, who can blame them for trying?
Can you imagine the public outcry if 600 people are murdered because we let people into our country?